BYU quarterback Zach Wilson suffered a brutal hit and was spun around on a controversial goal line play that resulted in Cougar turnover instead of a touchdown.

The controversial play occurred late in the third quarter of the game between BYU and the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors in the SoFi Hawaii Bowl on Tuesday, December 24.

On a 3rd & Goal play from the Hawaii five-yard line, Wilson took the keeper all the way to the edge of the end zone before getting drilled by a Rainbow Warrior defender.

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Wilson spun around in the air and fumble the ball on the play.

The Mid-American Conference officials for the game ruled that the BYU QB lost control of the ball before crossing the goal line, resulting in a Cougar turnover, and a new possession for Hawaii.

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